Wrexham AFC will be clocking up some thousands of miles in the upcoming 2022/23 Vanarama National League campaign as the team prepares to face six new sides.

Next season, which kicks off in August, things revert back to the usual 24-team format, with Oldham Athletic and Scunthorpe United relegated from League Two last season, and Gateshead, York City, Maidstone United and Dorking Wanderers making the step up from the National League North and National League South respectively.

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Some supporters may remember that Wrexham faced the original Maidstone United in January 1992, just a week after famously beating Arsenal at the Racecourse.

With 14 of the Reds’ 23 opponents based in southern England, there's plenty of travel on the cards too - a total of almost 4,000 miles to be exact, based on one-way trips.

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Following Dover Athletic's relegation, the club’s longest trip of the season - some 252 miles - will be to Devon to take on Torquay United, while the 47-mile journey to Altrincham represents our shortest league trip in 2022/23.

A fixture release date for the 2022/23 campaign is yet to be confirmed.

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Official membership for the 2022/23 campaign remains on sale here, with a range of exciting and increased benefits on offer to supporters.

As an additional benefit offered for the upcoming campaign, those who purchase a 2022/23 membership will also enjoy priority over non-members for season tickets in future seasons.